Want to join our faculty of distinguished educators?
Your contribution will help the thousands of physicians, nurses, and other and allied health clinicians who participate in our CME and CE programs to gain enhanced insight, an expanded skill set, and raised awareness of clinically-relevant issues to the diagnostic and treatment challenges that arise in their care of patients.
In preparing your CME/CE lessons we ask you to keep these guidelines in mind. CME/CE lessons are typically between 4,000 and 6,000 words in length and must be written in AMA or American Psychological Association format. Our lessons are divided into three sections: the introduction, the body, and a conclusion.
The introduction should outline and explicitly state the learning objectives of your lesson. Readers should not only be interested to the material presented in your lesson, but also how it applies to their practice.
In the body, you should present background information, definitions and conceptualizations of key terms, diagnostic information, and explore treatment options and any issues in treatment. We welcome the use of charts, figures, and case studies were applicable.
In the conclusion, we ask that you include a summary of key teaching points and any treatment recommendations or conclusions you wish to include about the information presented in the lesson. We also ask that you submit four multiple choice questions along with your lesson.
If you have any ideas or would to consider preparing a Lesson for one of our outstanding educational courses, please contact:
Curriculum Development Team
Hatherleigh Medical Education
Or call us at 1-800-367-2550